The NFL has a lot of problems, and one of them in recent years has been the incidents of violence involving its players.

A new PSA produced by Made By Women Media, "a group Los Angeles-based filmmakers who produce content to change women's lives for the better." calls on the NFL to hold their players responsible when they are convicted of domestic violence.

While NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said back in 2014 that the league was aware that changes needed to be made in regards to how they handle allegations (and convictions) of domestic violence, it seems like not much has changed.

So, while the league is addressing the issue (kind of) when it happens, there is no long term goal.

Then again, if we compare this to their pink campaign every October, we will see that even when they pretend to care, they don't really at all. In fact, we've learned in recent years that not much of the money brought in by the campaign actually goes to breast cancer research or charities at all.

The fact of the matter is this: we don't need the NFL to bring awareness to what a problem domestic violence is through special programs or anything else. It already brings attention to the problem every time one of the NFL's players are arrested for assault, battery, domestic violence, or child abuse.

What we need the NFL to do is send a message, loud and clear, to its players - One Hit Means Out.

If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence and are in need of resources, contact the contact the YWCA of West Central Michigan’s 24-Hour Confidential Crisis Line at 616-451-2744.